Things change, but oh so slowly: A new study conducted by Deloitte Canada reveals almost half of women in the automotive industry would choose another field if starting over, mainly because of persistent doubts about advancement opportunities and concerns regarding diversity, equity and inclusion.
Hyundai and Kia are staring at having to pony up $210 million in fines as a result of an NHTSA investigation into recalls that were not conducted properly, although some of those fines may be waived if Hyundai takes action to correct certain situations.
Consumer Reports’ annual reliability study shows that, for consumers in 2021, the Chevrolet Silverado, Subaru Ascent and Volkswagen Atlas represent the biggest roll of the dice. We take a look at the 10 least reliable models as determined by the magazine, based on a large-scale survey and its own testing.
Nissan is making important changes to its Sentra model for the year 2021. Among these, the addition of heated seats and the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto applications to the basic version.
Your vehicle might soon be recalled in connection to a defective fuel pump made by the Denso company. These are found in certain Toyota vehicles, but also in Honda, Subaru, Ford and Mitsubishi models.
Tesla is recalling approximately 9,500 vehicles in two separate campaigns. The largest campaign is for the 2016 Model X, the headliner of which could detach to a failure in the assembly process.
Ford has ordered 12 freezers that will hold Covid-19 vaccines for its workers. The company took pains to explain that the administration of the vaccine will be on a strictly voluntary basis.
BMW and Toyota are recalling their Z4 and Supra sports cars due to a risk of fire breaking out. The fire hazard is not related to a malfunction of the vehicle, but rather to faulty welding of the fuel tank, which could result in a leak.
Curious about the most reliable models in 2020? Toyota’s Prius Tops Consumer Reports reliability ranking for 2020, ahead of the Lexus NX and Buick Encore.
Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles says it is recalling nearly 35,000 2014-2019 diesel-engine versions of the Jeep Grand Cherokee model due to a problem with the exhaust gas recirculation cooler (EGR).